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FOX News
Aug 1, 2011 11:32am PDT
that moodd s & p could downgrade america's rating. steve, let me start with you. how likely do you think it is that there will be a downgrade by one or both agencies? >> hard to say at this point. the clangss maybe 50-50. but you think about even with this deal in place, instead of borrowing $9 trillion over the next 10 years we'll borrow $7 trillion. we haven't solved the debt problem. that's one reason the rating agent cities may downat this and say this isn't the historic break through we hoped for. shannon: if we assume we do lose the triple aaa credit rating, what happens next. does it impact the every day life of americans? >> it's not clear. some countries had downgrades, note reply canada, as you thail trail yeah and japan. but the united states is in a different situation. our deficits are out of control. the congress is pickerring in way. it's not address the structural problems. the package is hardly a package but a promise. if we get downgrade now or after the election, then i think we'll face higher interest rates because this congress hasn't don't work that been put before
FOX News
Aug 1, 2011 1:00pm EDT
. an iranian court is expected to release its verdict at any time. steve centanni is watching it. >> reporter: the last court appearance was held yesterday in tehran. a lawyer for the hikers says he expects to hear a verdict in a week. he was hoping for an immediate decision and immediate freedom for his clients. they have been in prison for two years this month. shane bauer and josh fattal were hiking when they were arrested and charged with espionage. shore was released on humanitarian ground and is now living in california. the border with iran is porous and indistinct. they stepped off an unmarked dirt road allegedly into iranian territory because a bored guard called them over. the court did not call sarah shore back to testify and he believes mercy could come because this is the beginning of ramadan when pardons are traditionally given. the state department had this reaction. >> we start from the premise that they have been held far too long and have been held without any reason. and that they should be released. and we remain hopeful they will be. >> reporter: the case another sore spo
FOX News
Aug 4, 2011 10:00am PDT
, and steve harrigan is streaming life from haiti. >> reporter: shannon, still some blue in the sky here in port-au-prince, but those darker clouds are moving in. the real question is will these tents where more than 600,000 haitians still live since the earthquake 18 months ago, will they be able to stand up to tropical force winds and torrential rainses? if you take a look, most of them are basically tarp, pieces of wood or tin put together. so it's a question will they stand up to the wind, but also the rain. we could get several feet of flooding in some areas, and one real danger is going to be flash floods as well as mudslides. this is about the only preparation we've seen so far, the government putting up a piece of tape which no one's paying attention to. the canal really could just slide, and many of these tents in this tent city could slide off right with it. the real concern is with mudslides, also with cholera as well, a water-borne disease. it's killed 6,000 people, so when you get 20 inches of rain, that's likely to spread further as well. as an emergency backdrop, there are
FOX News
Aug 11, 2011 10:00am PDT
debate where the presidential candidates including mr. romney will face off. fox news contributor steve hayes has the front row seat for tonight's event and is a senior writer for the weekly standard. steve, wow, fireworks on the campaign trail. it kind of reminds me of the town hall meetings we saw a couple of summers ago, where people were so worked up and went to these events and got fired up in the face of various politicians, and you know, was it a real substantive exchange, was it something that was playing out for the cameras? you tell me, what do you think? >> you know, it's interesting. it's been sort of hard to capture exactly how great the centering here is on the ground in iowa. but i think that that video surely demonstrates it. and the interesting thing for mitt romney, as a guy who's known he's got a reputation of being a bit stiff, he doesn't react spontaneously the way that one would want him to, this was a wrap on him back in 2008, he think he handled that quite well. he had i thought sharp comebacks, he was respectful but forceful, he pitch on the dollars in the way t
FOX News
Aug 2, 2011 10:00am PDT
into a deadly bomb more than 16 years ago. just a little bit can be made into bombs like this. steve centanni is live in washington to tell us more. >> reporter: this new government crackup would force anyone selling or buying ammonium nitrate to register with the government. it comes two weeks after the latest example of the fertilizer's destructive capability. a nor we june man bombed a government building in oslo. the most notable example was 15 years ago when timothy mcveigh bombed the federal building in oklahoma city. his attack killed 168 people and injured hundreds. congress was asked to regulate the fertilizer in 2007 but there was opposition from the government because of the record keeping. they would lou their names to be checked against terror watchlists. january net that polwatchlists. the fertilizer industry says unfortunately regulation is necessary in a statement their spokesperson says, this provides for an added layer of public safety trial preserving the fertilizer for its intended use. shannon: steve centanni, the latest in washington. thank you, steve. nothing illegal ab
FOX News
Aug 31, 2011 10:00am PDT
. maybe it's a dream world to steve powell about susan. he likes to be in control, and of course his son is going to be with him. megyn: neither one of you believes that your daughter had any sort of an inappropriate relationship with her father-in-law, steve powell? >> no, and these diaries, or journals are really about our daughter younger, not really while she was married, as far as i know. we never read them, it was private, and we're appalled that they would put those out there. and not only are they speaking against susan, which is surprising that a husband would say such things who says he loves her, and that she was a good mother and a good wife at one time in the beginning, and now haoe he's trashing her, and not only is he trashing her he's also saying things against the family. megyn: yes, we've seen some of that. let me bring you in, you represent this couple. and i know you've been fighting to keep those diaries private. you won a temporary ruling on friday to keep them private. but it's not a permanent order is my understanding. it's also my understanding that the diaries a
FOX News
Aug 29, 2011 10:00am PDT
could create jobs? steve moore is a senior economic writer for the "wall street journal." some are calling this an irene stimulus package saying look at all the construction workers and other folks who are going to have to go out there and do the cleanup, valid? >> megyn i'm not one of those economists that thinks that a serious hurricane and flooding sometime later the economy. this is the old method gee of broken windows, you break the windows and have somebody to fix them and that sometime later the economy. the fact that people have flooded basements and i saw the pictures you've been showing all days on fox news that is not a stimulus to the economy. it's going to reduce the wealth of american households. the only question, megyn is by how much. i've seen statistics as you have, tense of billions. i think that is a little high, ten to 20 billions. katrina was 125 billion. not nearly the magnitude of that but still very troubling. megyn: on the grand scale of the u.s. economy that seems like a blib in terms of financial costs, am i wrong? >> it is. if you look at the resort
FOX News
Aug 30, 2011 1:00pm EDT
disappeared. now josh's father, steve, has come forward, he is apparently a singer-songwriter as well, and he is claiming that he had a sexual relationship with his own daughter-in-law. and saying that at least one of the songs on his album about forbidden love was written for susan. >> but the fact that he has the judges now, they can confirm that she initiated the relationship that we had, that it was, you know, very sexually charged. megyn: what are we to make of this? joining me now, criminal defense attorney joey jackson and legal analyst mercedes cohen. we have to break this down because this case is getting more and more bizarre. basically, the husband is named a person of interest because his excuse was i wasn't anywhere around when she disappeared, i took my two kids out for a camping trip in the middle of a blizzard overnight, my two young toddlers. fine. joey, the father in law comes forward and what exactly is he claim something. >> it's kind of bizarre, the father in law for whatever reason -- meanwhile his daughter-in-law is missing and all eyes turned on to where she is after t
FOX News
Aug 3, 2011 10:00am PDT
kind of damage has been done? steve centanni is live countdown clock. hi, steve. >> reporter: hi, shannon. it is unclear what damage has been done. the scope of the hack something very wide spread affecting 14 countries and the potential damage is immense. here is a partial list of the victims of operation shady rat. associated press was hit. united nations. international olympic committee. u.s. government agencies including the department of energy, u.s. state and county governments and u.s. defense contractors, about seven of them. mcafee says of the 72 total agencies and companies hit, the vast majority, 49, are in the u.s. while mcafee doesn't say this is the work of china, computer experts looking at type of hacking done and material being targeted say this is very likely the work of china. homeland security chief janet napolitano was asked about the report today. >> we became aware of the mcafee report today, which is when it was released to the press as well. we obviously will evaluate it, look at it, and pursue what needs to be pursued in terms of its contents. >> reporte
FOX News
Aug 9, 2011 10:00am PDT
. steve centanni is following this developing story from our washington bureau. what do we know? >> reporter: hi, megyn. just got off the with the prosecutor, they are holding a man, he'll probably be in jail until next weekend at the early iest. 35-year-old robin gardner disappeared last week. she's from frederick, maryland. she was last seen on tuesday, august 2nd, described as 5-5, 120 pounds, blond hair, brown eyes and tattoos on her body. a missing person alert was put out by the natalee holloway resource center. of course, gardner disappeared from the same island as natalee holloway. gardner was saying at the renaissance aruba resort and casino. holloway, of course, the young alabama woman who went to aruba on a high school graduation trip in 2005. she went missing, and her body's not been found. she was last seen leaving a bar with joran van der sloot, he's being held on a murder charge in peru. in this latest case, the boyfriend of the missing woman, gardner, told fox 5 in washington he didn't know gardner was with this other man, and he had this to say. let's listen. >>
FOX News
Aug 10, 2011 10:00am PDT
timothy geithner. a backlash from the credit downgrading that took place last friday. steve centanni is live. >> reporter: a briefing underway, we expect jay carney to be asked about the situation with the stock market, the crisis in europe, the vote of no confidence that rand paul wants to take in the senate, about timothy geithner and whether or not he still has confidence in him, whether he should stay on as treasury secretary. as you know rand paul is want ago no confidence vote in the senate, which would not be binding by the way but would express the opinion of the senate if they approve it, that secretary geithner should step down. this is what rand paul has been saying since the weekend that he wants him to step down. he said in a press release dated today the stock market gave a vote of no confidence on timothy geithner and went onto say we can read his words here geithner has shown no accu men in predicting, diagnosing or treating america's economic woes. the time has come for him to resign. rand paul not the only one pushing for the resignation. jim demint, michelle bachma
FOX News
Aug 16, 2011 10:00am PDT
formed in congress? they say according to steve haye serbgs of the weekly standard that that was likely to preserve the ofpg option of a presidential run. he is seriously considering getting in for his own reasons, not necessarily to force those who are already in to talk like paul ryan talks. >> reporter: the biggest reason he did not want to be on the super committee is he thinks it's not a good idea and won't work and will end up diluting his brand. whether he wants to run for president now, whether he wants to run for president another time, or run for senate, being on this committee the results that they produce will be unappealing. it's not like what they produce people are going to cheer in the streets for. conservatives are not going to like it, neither will liberals. ryan doesn't want to associate with that. it dilutes his brand. megyn: his office is changing that he, quote, hasn't changed his mind. that doesn't debunk the reporting that he's considering changing his mind more and more seriously. he's 41 years old. service in the house of representatives. would he have a seriou
FOX News
Aug 17, 2011 10:00am PDT
on robin gardner before they left for aruba. that policy names giordano as the beneficiary. steve, you can't make this stuff up. >> reporter: more details are coming out, about that insurance policy stan giordano's lengthy history with the courts. officials confirmed he had taken out an insurance policy for himself and for robyn gardner. it's worth $1.5 million. as far as his history with the courts go, he has a lengthy one, most of that involving women and violence. complaints about domestic violence as well as stalking and harassment. also complaints that he taped sexual even cowan% and pornographic images of those women and put them on the internet. as far as the search goes for his body there is expected to be a big push later this week that will involve aruban police. he still hasn't been charged with any crime. but that could change any day. right now aruban officials say they will detain him for at least two more week because of what they say, a number of inconsistencies in his story. megyn, back to you. megyn: the white house says president obama will make a major speech on job cre
FOX News
Aug 25, 2011 10:00am PDT
fighters now. steve harrigan streaming live from tripoli today. >> reporter: there are three pockets of fighting going on around the tripoli capitol. around several apartment buildings some rebels have said they are firing at moammar qaddafi and his sons. they say they have them hold up. a moammar qaddafi spokesman has denied that. so far no proof that moammar qaddafi is actually in the mulling. he released an audiotape calling the rebels rats and calling on his followers to purify the city of tripoli. a bounty on moammar qaddafi by a businessman has grown to more than one million dollars. as far as the hunt for moammar qaddafi is being aided by nato forces as well. british reconnaissance and intelligence from nato will be used to try to help the rebels track and capture moammar qaddafi. megyn back to you. megyn: coming up a terrifying first day of school. [screaming] megyn: a bus full of students catching fire and then exploding. how the children got out and what set this off in the first place. wow. police in aruba just releasing brand-new photos of missing american robyn gardener.
FOX News
Aug 23, 2011 10:00am PDT
, because we already hit that record last year, on pace to do it again this year. >>> steve forbes, stu varney and more, next hour, to help us with what this means for you, your family, and this economy. >>> another alert, the news is also breaking in new york city, where we are awaiting a news conference from prosecutors, a judge an hour ago dismissing the criminal sexual assault case against former international monetary fund chief dominic strauss-kahn, prosecutors say they could not prove these charges beyond a reasonable doubt because they say a string of lies told by the accuser in the case, the "new york post" says the 33-year-old hotel maid fell to the floor in a tantrum yesterday after prosecutors told her of their plans to stop pursuing the case. reportedly crying, quote, "i wasn't under oath". julie banderas is live at the new york supreme court in manhattan, that's the trial court level here in new york and julie, that judge has just thrown the case out essentially. >> reporter: yeah, essentially he has, after months of he said, she said, inconclusive dna, and holes as you me
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